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How to Change Your Life in Just 2 Minutes a Day: 10 Quick Habits

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“From the journey of a thousand miles an inch”

“I don’t care about the distance. It’s only the first step that’s difficult.”
Madame Marie du Déphane

Making positive changes in your life doesn’t have to be about making giant leaps.

But I believe belief is one of the things that keeps people from improving their lives and the world.

The easier way, where real action is taken and new habits are often established, is to take smaller steps, many of which are many of the steps, at least in my life.

So today I want to share with you 10 simple habits that can help change your life in just two minutes a day.

By taking these small steps, you can start building stronger habits that, over time, can change your life in ways you probably can’t even imagine right now.

It’s a good idea to write down a quick reminder to remember to actually do one of the following each day.

Place it on your nightstand so you can see it when you wake up each morning. Or put your notes in your workspace so you can review them earlier in the day.

If necessary, if possible, expand the small habit after a week or two and do it for just a few more minutes a day.

1. Start working on your most important task for two minutes.

I use this at least one day each week.

There are days when I don’t want to start working. I want to relax on the sofa.

On those days, start working on your most important task for two minutes.

That’s the deal.

The problem is getting started is often the hardest part.

After you get up and running and do your job for those two minutes, it’s usually pretty easy to keep doing it.

2. At the end of the day, reflect and be grateful.

If you do good things during the day and get things done, it’s possible boost self esteemLooking back you did it, yes.

So take two minutes at the end of your work day. Be grateful for what you do and what you think.

That’s what I do when I’m done with this article and my work day.

3. Set your happiness bar low for the day.

One of the things I like to say to myself when I wake up in the morning is to lower the bar for happiness today.

As I keep telling myself this and trying to keep it in mind during the day, I appreciate things more.

Meals, work, the weather, and even the little things that happened during the day become things that make you happy.

The little things, or the things that might be taken for granted, I now often stop to understand and appreciate.

But if you find happiness in the little things in your daily life, does that make you less motivated to keep striving for the big things?


Seeing your life this way actually gives you more energy and inspiration, life becomes lighter and you feel an inner resistance as you explore and tackle the small and the big. lose.

4. Breathe when you feel stressed.

When stress catches up with you and you start feeling anxious, irritable, or scared because of it, take two minutes.

please have a seat.

Breathe in through your nose and breathe very deeply into your belly.

For those two minutes, just focus on your breathing. nothing else.

This will calm your mind and you will be able to return to work feeling more focused and relaxed afterwards.

5. Open your senses to what is here and now.

Relive old conflicts, escape from the past, and be drawn into a melancholy spiral. Get out of the future of imagining catastrophe at your next meeting, date, or presentation.

Place yourself and your attention where you really are. sometimes.

Please sit for two minutes.

See what’s in front of you.

Listen to the birds and cars outside.

Feel the sunlight shining through the windows on your skin and clothes.

Feel the breeze blowing through the window.

For those two minutes, please be here with all five senses.

This will help you relax your mind and body. It makes thinking easier. And optimism will feel more natural.

6. When you feel the need to judge someone, understand them instead.

Whenever you feel the need to judge someone you know or may not know, take two minutes.

  • What part of this person can you see?
  • how does he or she like me?

Why do it instead of judging?

Doing so to the people in your life won’t help build good relationships because you don’t want anyone to be judged negatively.

Moreover, the way you tend to judge others is often the way you tend to judge yourself.

So by pausing and choosing the better one when you feel the need to judge, you can live a more positive life in these two ways.

7. Think about it and give someone a heartfelt compliment.

Spend a minute thinking about someone who has been in the same room as you at some point in your life and what you really appreciate from the bottom of your heart.

Spend the remaining minute or less giving him or her a compliment.

she or he will be happy. You’ll feel better about yourself and you’ll probably get positive emotions from people who are happy and complimented as well.

A good little way to build more positive relationships.

8. Hug.

It’s a small thing, but physical intimacy reduces stress and makes you feel better. So spend her two minutes of her day hugging.

Like a compliment, it can be an easy way to build warmer, more positive relationships with all kinds of people in your life.

Use common sense before you start hugging.

9. Be curious, not curious.

To start a conversation or to de-stress, spend two minutes asking a question or two about your interlocutor and their life.

Pay attention, don’t just wait for your turn to speak again.

The interest you give will probably be returned. Start building fulfilling relationships by giving, not just good conversation For the two of you, no matter what your relationship is.

10. Mix.

Try the opposite…

  • If you go to eat meat all the time, go for vegetarian food.
  • Stay away from stupid conflicts instead of escalating them.
  • If you often hold on to things, let go of one.
  • If you say no often, say yes to spontaneous things and stick to your routine.

Think of a common or negative situation in your life today in 2 minutes or less.

Get in the habit of mixing things up for more fun. To grow your life, big or small. Add an unexpected experience.

To generally make it easier and easier to step out of your comfort zone when you really need to.

and feel alive.

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